12th Grade at Hoover High School

Class of 2020

During his extracurricular time, Salah is a member of the NAACP Youth Council, dedicated to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.

He is also a leader and member in his school leadership program “Brothers of Excellence” which creates a safe space for African American males to excel academically. His interests include using social media, listening to hip-hop music, and empowering his peers to succeed in their endeavors. Salah wants to major in Real-Estate with a minor of Ethnic Studies.

‘If I could change three things in my community, I’d want to change the mindset of the people. I’d also implement a place where people can focus on themselves. Lastly, I would want people to actively engage with one another to build stronger relationships. Fortunately, I’ve been more social recently and have been advocating for others to take initiative of their lives and build a stronger foundation for their people. I hope that with this asset I can change people’s mindset positively. I’ve also joined groups such as the NAACP, and the Youth Advisory Council to help me actively strive for these changes.’


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